NESPo - Your own retro NES handheld

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NESPo - Your own retro NES handheld by RabbitEngineering Aug 17, 2013

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Turn a NES compatible into your very own portable handheld game system!

For obvious reasons, this is a tricky project, and requires additional electronic parts. See this post for a full buildlog with parts:

Print the parts in three colours:

  1. Natural PLA for "transparents.stl"
  2. A colour you like for parts with "black" in the name
  3. Another contrasting colour for the rest of the parts.

The .NC parts are GCode to be cut on a laser or CNC router. The SVG file is a template for the face artwork (Inkscape friendly file).

Print without supports or rafts.


For a full build log: http://davenunez.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/building-the-nespo/

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